Here are our player ratings for England’s World Cup qualifiers against Hungary and Andorra over the last week.
England faced Hungary and Andorra in their two World Cup qualifying fixtures during the international break, with both ties panning out very differently.
The Three Lions came out 5-0 winners in an expected victory over Andorra that saw Ben Chilwell, Bukayo Saka, Tammy Abraham, James Ward-Prowse and Jack Grealish each score.
However, Hungary were able to hold England to a draw as they visited Wembley Stadium on Tuesday night - with John Stones scoring the equaliser in what was a particularly tough test for Gareth Southgate’s side.
Here are our combined player ratings for both of England's World Cup qualifiers...
1. Sam Johnstone - 7
Sam Johnstone was handed a start against Andorra and impressed with his performance. While he didn't have much to do, the West Brom keeper is yet to concede a goal and even claimed an assist - setting Jack Grealish up with a long throw for England's fifth goal. Photo: Michael Regan
2. Kieran Trippier - 6
Kieran Trippier was captain of the side that beat Andorra and had very little to do defensively in a dominant performance from the Three Lions. The Atletico Madrid full-back was allowed to get forward plenty and enjoyed a steady evening on the right. Photo: Michael Regan
3. John Stones - 7
John Stones started both fixtures for England in Maguire's absence. The Manchester City defender had little to do against Andorra and enjoyed a positive performance against Andorra - despite the scoreline. Stones took his equaliser well and could have also added a second. While Mings struggled, Stones looked reasonably solid at the back. Photo: Julian Finney
4. Conor Coady - 6
Conor Coady has become a favourite of Southgate's - consistently picked even despite Wolves' disappointing start to the season - and his performance against Andorra certainly showed why. Another solid, tidy display from the defender. Photo: Michael Regan